Hip Hop Hippos: A book about Numbers and Relative Position
James Burnett, Calvin Irons, Amy Anderson
Hip Hop Hippos: A book about Numbers and Relative Position uses a language-rich approach of rhythm, rhyme, and repetition to engage children with maths concepts and support key literacy skills. Hip Hop Hippos introduces the relative position of numbers 1 to 10. The number representation of relative position is challenging for young students because it uses abstract symbols (numerals) rather than quantity representation.
ORIGO Big Books build on young students’ natural love for learning and stories to help you introduce key mathematical concepts. Each ORIGO Big Book is fully supported with activities for lessons and differentiation through the digital ORIGO Big Book Tools and Tunes resources.
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James Burnett, Calvin Irons
James Burnett’s and Dr Calvin Irons’ friendship began more than 30 years ago. They both are passionate about education and continually strive to improve the way mathematics is taught. Over the past three decades, they have authored more than 500 mathematics resources for teachers and students.
ORIGO Education makes learning mathematics meaningful, enjoyable, and accessible for all. Co-founded in 1995 by James Burnett and Dr Calvin Irons; ORIGO covers all facets of primary mathematics education from printed products to digital interactive resources and professional learning globally.